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Be Prepared to Make a Difference : The Lifesaving Benefits of CPR Training

CPR or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a critical life-saving technique used to sustain blood flow and oxygen circulation in the event of cardiac arrest. It is a skill that can be learned through CPR training, which equips individuals with the knowledge and confidence to respond effectively in emergency situations. Let’s explore the numerous benefits of CPR...
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The Benefits of Workplace Wellness Programs

Workplace wellness programs have become increasingly popular in recent years, and for good reason. These programs can provide a variety of benefits for both employees and employers. Here are some of the key benefits of workplace wellness programs: Improved Employee Health: Workplace wellness programs can help employees improve their health by promoting healthy behaviors such...
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The importance of workplace safety training

Workplace safety training is an essential aspect of any organization, regardless of its size or industry. The safety of employees should be a top priority for any employer, and investing in safety training can have numerous benefits for both the workers and the company. Here are some reasons why workplace safety training is crucial: Reduces...
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FREE online courses

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) has released two FREE online courses to help workplaces and employees prepare for a safe return to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.Return to Work During COVID-19 provides employers, managers, supervisors, and operations staff with an overview of COVID-19 control measures.Return to Work During COVID-19: Preparing Workers...
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November is CPR Month

If you witnessed a family member in cardiac arrest, would you know what to do? Although the majority of Canadians say they would recognize the signs if someone were experiencing a heart attack or another cardiac emergency, fewer than half say they have the skills to help in this common and life-threatening emergency. November is...
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Vaccinated Against COVID-19? What does it mean to me?

Are you vaccinated against Covid-19 and wondering how that changes things for you? The government released guidelines you can follow to help make safe choices for you and your family. https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/phac-aspc/documents/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/awareness-resources/vaccinated-against-covid-19-public-health-measures/vaccinated-against-covid-19-public-health-measures.pdf
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Truck drivers that need new skills

SOS is offering the Cargo Securement Safety Training Course, which prepares drivers for properly securing different types of cargo on flatbed trailers. The course also guides you on how to prevent or recover from load loss, trip delays, injury, damage and much more. This online training course is intended for commercial truck drivers who pull...
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Are you worn out? You may not be the only one.

Are you worn out by the pandemic? You are not alone. Billions of people around the world share your fatigue. And it’s not just people. There’s one very important tool in the fight against COVID-19 that you need to remember. Your cloth face masks are probably worn out, too. Follow this link for some great...
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Free PSW accelerated courses are filling up fast!

Free PSW accelerated courses are filling up fast! Here’s a link to a list of Ontario Colleges offering the program To support the demand for trained professionals in this rewarding field, a new, accelerated PSW training program that includes no tuition was recently introduced at all 24 public colleges. This new accelerated program comes with:...
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Providing First Aid & COVID-19

Concerns about catching a disease while helping someone having an emergency have been a potential barrier to action for a first aider long before COVID-19 became a part of our world. With the current health crisis during the pandemic, those concerns are magnified. Here’s a few things to remember to keep yourself and others safe when helping someone who’s having an emergency.
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